Conventional wisdom is that Twitter is the essence of the real-time web: a here and now, in the moment medium. If you’re tweeting when your followers aren’t online, then they won’t see those tweets. That’s how the thinking goes. But it's wrong. Your tweets can live on for far longer than you think
Why are visitors so compelled to click the back button, type another URL, switch to another tab or just bail? Suffice to say, they didn’t find what they were looking for on your website or you stumbled somehow, somewhere.
"Facebook Changing Again?" This is exactly how the average user temporarily feels every time Facebook (or any major social media network, in fact) makes changes. Warning: This video is rated #NSFW (Not Safe For Work). I think you’ll find it as fitting a representation (and good for a laugh) as I did!
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Oh, you thought Yahoo was done with the whole acquire-everything-in-sight bit? Nope! Yahoo has announced that they’ve acquired Bignoggins Productions, a one-man iPhone development shop which had previously built a handful of fairly popular Fantasy Sports mobile apps. Up until today, Bignoggins had at least two apps in the store: Fantasy Monster ($5), and Draft […]
Here are the top benefits that companies are seeing from social media marketing: 89% of respondents said that social media marketing has generated more business exposure. 64% saw lead generation increase by using social media 6 hours or less per day. 69% of marketers use social media to gather marketplace intelligence.
Thank you, Google Reader, for shutting down on July 1st. It is because of your shutdown that I now use an RSS reader. Yes, it is true. our demise has exposed me to the world of RSS.